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Tuesday, September 141 197

Page Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WEIGHT CONTROL NATIONAL ANNOUNCES A
WORKSHOP:
BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION FOR
WEIGHT CONTROL
AND AN
8-WEEK TRAINING PROGRAM
The Workshop, Sunday, Seotember 19,
Campus Inn. Cost $5.00
The Training Program, Tuesday evenings,
7:30 to 9:00, beginning Sept. 21.
Professional Counseling Services avail-
able continuously. Call to get on our
mailing I i s t for workshops, F R E E
INTRODUCTIONS, and special group
programs,
To register for the Workshop or Training Pro-
gram, call 994-0019 in Ann Arbor, 358-0707
in Southfield. Or write:
WEIGHT CONTROL NATIONAL
524 Packard, Ann Arbor, MI. 481P4

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Murder charges brought

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against Croatijan hijackers

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For one thing, a worker must
have a perfect attendance to
receive the total hours. He or
she can lose two hours a week

lost in Manila

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for each Monday or Friday he MANILA (Reuter) - A light plane carrying senior dip-
or she is absent and one hour tomats and officials from the United States, West Germany
for an absence in the middle of and Japan disappeared as it approached Manila airport last
the week. night, a U.S. embassy spokesman said yesterday.
IN ADDITION, the worker The plane disappeared while it was attempting to land
must accrue the time in one during high winds and driving rain, the source said.
year before allowed to claim
it. He or she must use it in 40-; AMONG THOSE ON BOARD were U.S. development offi-
hour blocks, and does not quali cial, Garbett Simmerly, the counsel of the West German
fy if laid off for more than 20 embassy here, Gerhard Koenig, and Akira Mizuno, a Japa-
weeks out of the year. nese project manager with the Asian Development Bank (A.D.B.).
A union plan would provide Also on board were Toshitaki Katayama, counsellor at the
all workeds a full day off each Japanese embassy, and Henry Lee, an alternate U.S. director
month, with no strings attach- of the A.D.B.
ed. That would be in addition The embassy spokesperson said the officials were return-
to some 30 days of paid vaca- ing from a trip to the Bicol region south of Manila. They had
tion and holiday time workers been investigating aid possibilities.
Salready receive.I The plane, a twin-engined Piper Commanche, also carried
*two pilots.

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The offense carries a mini-
mum 20-year prison sentence,
but if a death results from the
piracy, life imprisonment can
be imposed.
PARIS POLICE said that just
before they gave up, the hijack-
ers learned that a policeman
was killed and three others in-
jured in New York City while
trying to dismantle a bomb
they had planted in Grand Cen-
tral Station in mid-Manhattan.
The leader of the hijackers
said they were "proud" of what
they had done.
French authorities said they
had told the hijackers they
would be executed if any pas-
sengers were harmed. They said
they gave them a choice , of
being sent either to the United
States or Yugoslavia.
ALL 53 PASSENGERS still
held hostage on the hijacked
plane were released unharmed,
and most of them also flew
back to the United States on
Sunday. Thirty-five passengers
had been released when the
plane landed in Gander, New-
foundland, early Saturday, the
second stop in the hijacking es-
capade.
The hijackers were identified
by the FBI as Zvonko Busic, 30,

Matovic, 31, all of New York
City; Frane Pesut, 25, of Cleve-
land; and Mark Vlasic, 29, no
hometown given. The four men
were born in Yugoslavia and
Ms. Busic is a native of Eugene,
Ore., the FBI said.
Dist Atty. Mario Merola of
the Bronx said he would seek
first-degree murder indictments
against them from a grand jury
in the policeman's death. The
slaying of a dpolice officer in
the line of duty is a capital
offense in New York State.
THE HIJACKING, which span-
ned four nations, was the first
in the United States since April
1975, and the first successful
one since November 1972, be-
fore federal officials instituted
tighter airport security.
A spokesman for TWA said
Sunday night that officials were
attempting to find out whether
Ms. Busic had been employed
at one time as a stewardess
for the airline.
If she were, he said she might
have been aware of airport pro-
cedures that would have helped
in smuggling the "explosives"
- a belt the hijackers said was
a bomb in a metal pot jsix
inches in diameter wired as a
makeshift detonator - onto the
plane.

the nation's major airports tc
days showed most did not pla
to increase security because c
the latest hijacking.
The pilot of the hijacked j~
described his translantic ody
sey yesterday as "'30 hours c
hell" and said he would hav
liked to have had "more su;
port" from Fiench authorities
"'There were moments of te
ror, there were moments
calm and there were momen
of confusion," Capt. Richa
Carey told reporters at Kenn
dy Airport. "We were going 1
per cent all the time."
'Students
selected
togrll
Pres.
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